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Automobile Engineer: 1954/02

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February 1954. Front cover.
February 1954. Index to contents.

Note: This is a sub-section of the Automobile Engineer

CONTENTS

  • Editorials - Brussels. Diesel or Petrol...43-44
  • Brussels Show - Outstanding Features of the Continental Exhibits in the Commercial Vehicle Section...45-57
  • Mechanized Assembly -American Developments for Stud and Nut Running - Hautau Engineering Co (Detroit)...59-60
  • Petrol Injection - The Recently Developed Bond System - Lawrence Bond...61-62
  • Book Reviews - Recent German Publications...62
  • The Cummins Diesel Engines - A Series of High-Output, Four-Stroke Engines for Commercial Vehicles - Cummins Engine Co...63-67
  • Chevrolet Corvette - A Plastics Bodied Sports Car Produced in Relatively Large Quantities...67
  • Thread Rolling - Equipment for Use on Capstan, Turret Lathes and Drilling Machines - Alfred Herbert...68
  • Liquid Cooling. J. L. Koffman - The Development of Coolant Systems for the Engines of Heavy Commercial Vehicles...69-74
  • American Engines - Ford, Buick, Packard...74
  • Belgian Bodywork - A Review of Buses and Coaches Exhibited at the Brussels Show - Brossel Freres and Ateliers Metallurgiques, Chausson, Volvo, F.N., Van Hool, Koningshooikt and others...75-78
  • Salt Bath Quenching -Notes on American Practice for Isothermal Treatment...83-85
  • Heavy Presswork - British Clearing 1,700-ton Capacity Triple-action Press - Vickers-Armstrongs...86
  • Current Patents -A Review of Recent Automobile Specifications...87-88

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